Aspers is the UK’s first ‘super casino’ and extends over an impressive 65,000 square feet. It can be found on the top floor of the Westfield Centre mega-mall in London, and entry is free, even to non-members.
As well as a huge range of slots, Aspers Casino offers a wide variety of table games, electronic roulette, live sporting fixtures, and sports betting. The venue also boasts London’s biggest poker room, which hosts both cash games and regular tournaments. Aspers Casino has a vibrant atmosphere and welcomes visitors who want to play for big money stakes and those new to a land-based casino or who simply want to have a fun flutter.
Aspers Casino offers a full live sports schedule and now incorporates the UK’s first casino-based betting shop where visitors can watch all the UK and Irish greyhound and horse racing as well as virtual racing.
‘Dueling for Dollars’ is a popular addition to the casino’s repertoire: this game is played with six decks and offers a fun gambling experience – in which you could win big! Other table games available include Spread-Bet Roulette, Punto Banco, Three Card Poker, Blackjack, and Three Dice Baccarat.
Although there’s no hotel on-site, Aspers Casino offers a tempting range of food and drink, and its bars regularly host live music events. Zanzibar is a cozy and sophisticated night spot with a wide food and drink menu, while the Terrace Bar can be found on the casino’s top floor. Here, visitors can enjoy a delicious cocktail, premium beer, or glass of champagne while soaking up the party vibe.
The dress code at Aspers Casino is smart-casual, and bags may be searched before a visitor is granted entry to the premises. A cloakroom facility is available where bags and coats may be left, and there is a small fee payable for this service.
Getting to Aspers Casino is simple! If you’ll be arriving by car, navigate to Car Park B of the Westfield Centre and use the lifts to get to the casino.
By train, head to either Stratford Station or Stratford International, and then follow the signs to the Westfield Centre. There are also many bus routes that pass through or terminate at Stratford, stopping at points that are just a short walk to the Westfield Centre.